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Folia Medica Indonesiana

ISSN 0303-7932

Vol. 49 / No. 4 / Published : 2013-10

TOC : 7, and page :237 - 243

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Original Article :

Profile of chest and abdomen ultrasound on patients with dengue virus infection in dr. soetomo hospital surabaya between february-april 2012

Author :

  1. Muhammad Williandry*1
  2. Budi Laraswati*2
  1. Pondok Indah Hospital, Puri Indah, Kembangan Selatan, Jakarta
  2. Dosen Fakultas Kedokteran

Abstract :

This study was conducted to evaluate the chest and abdominal ultrasonography findings in patients with dengue viral infection in dr.Soetomo General Hospital. This study is a descriptive, cross-sectional study with consecutive sampling. It done from February toApril 2012. Samples were 33 pediatric patients and 25 adult patients diagnosed as dengue fever and dengue hemorrhargic feveraccording to WHO 1997 criteria underwent chest and abdominal ultrasonography on the first day of admission. The sonographicfindings in pediatric patients including hepatomegaly (39,4%), splenomegaly (6,1%), thickened gallblaDFer wall (51,5%), ascites(27,3%), perinephric fluid (15,2%) right and bilateral pleural effusion (15,2% and 21,2%). The sonographic findings in adultpatients including hepatomegaly (24%), splenomegaly (12%), thickened gallblaDFer wall (32%), ascites (24%), perinephric fluid(12%), right and bilateral pleural effusion (8% and 12%). There is significant correlation between the number of findings and theseverity of disease in pediatric patients (p < 0.05). Several pediatric patients clinically diagnosed as dengue fever hadultrasonographic findings of plasma leakage. Ultrasonography shows hepatomegaly, splenomegaly, thickened gallblaDFer wall,ascites, perinephric fluid and pleural effusion in patients with dengue viral infection. Ultrasonography examination can be used asimaging modality in evaluating patients with dengue viral infection for better monitoring and treatment.(FMI 2013;49:237-243)

Keyword :

chest ultrasonography, abdominal ultrasonography, dengue viral infection, dengue fever, dengue hemorrhargic fever,


References :

  1. Balasubramanian S, Janakiraman L, Kumar SS, Muralinath S, Shivbalan S, (2006). A reappraisal of the criteria to diagnose plasma leakage in dengue hemorrhagic fever. - : Indian Pediatr
  2. do Vabo KA, Neto GT, dos Santos AASMD, do Vabo TP, Santos MLdO, Marchiori E, (2004). Abdominal ultrasound findings in patients with dengue fever. - : Radiol Bras


   


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